Hatha Vinyasa

Hatha Yoga in particular is, so to speak, the most classic yoga. It represents the point of union and balance between opposing forces. The Sanskrit root Ha- means "sun" while -tha means "moon". It is the dance in balance of the masculine with the feminine, between body and mind, it is the dance in balance of two forces...the literal translation of Hatha is force.
The daily practice of Hatha Yoga provides this balance of forces on the physical, energetic, emotional and, if you like, spiritual level, although it is not necessary to believe in anything, nor to stop believing in anything either. That practice of balance that is Hatha Yoga sustained in time through postures and physical work (asanas), breathing control exercises (pranayamas), concentration and meditative practices, as well as a series of moral precepts and concepts (yamas and niyamas) that are neither limiting nor excluding, is what makes, from our own personal experience, affirm that it is undoubtedly one of the most complete systems of personal growth that exist for the liberation of suffering.

In spite of having in our daily practice difficult positions like head and handstands, crow or scorpion among others, we don't believe in the perfection of the posture, all can be improved and evolved constantly simply by the daily practice, the purpose of yoga is not to create a competition or a show to demonstrate how "yogis" we are with very difficult and elaborated positions. The purpose of yoga is to be aware, it is to connect with your body, mind and emotions through breathing to find and stay in balance despite what happens. We believe in the perfect point of balance that each person can reach in each position, and this is of course different for each one. We believe that the practice of asanas is a mere training for the mind and body on the mat to be able to transfer that balanced attitude to the everyday, to the day-to-day, where it is more difficult and therefore much more necessary.